Shelburne Museum

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Founded in 1947, Shelburne Museum includes more than 35 exhibition buildings that display over 150,000 pieces of artwork.

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Jan 14, 2024
One of the best museums I've visited in quite a while. So many buildings filled with antique items. The general store building was amazing, as was the barn with all the wagons. Full review by Nancy T
Nov 20, 2023
While on a bus tour of Vermont, we stopped at the Shelburne Museum for a few hours. This is a large outdoor collection of buildings which feature art exhibits and various collectables. We arrived s… Full review by Robin M
Nov 4, 2023
This is a huge museum with about 40 buildings spread out over a huge area. You will definitely get your steps in. When I was there most of the building were open. There were a couple you can only… Full review by Lee L
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Established:1947

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Are you able to walk the grounds prior to the buildings opening?
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Are wheelchairs available for rental?
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Is there a shuttle tram looks like a very large place, lots of walking?
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Yes. Shelburn museum Org and click on the accessibility page for more information.
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how much money does cost per person?
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We just paid $10 each because much was closed. During the regular season, it is $25 for adults, $23 for seniors and further discounts for children and youth. That is good for two …
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We just paid $10 each because much was closed. During the regular season, it is $25 for adults, $23 for seniors and further discounts for children and youth. That is good for two days, and you could easily spend much of two days there, I think.
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If it is a rainy day... is museum open and how much would it effect our time there?
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We took advantage of the two day admission. The first day was rainy and it cut down of the crowd level. We covered a lot of ground with our umbrellas and rain ponchos. Photos were …
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We took advantage of the two day admission. The first day was rainy and it cut down of the crowd level. We covered a lot of ground with our umbrellas and rain ponchos. Photos were obviously better the second day with blue sky, but since everything is inside the buildings, the rain is not a problem.
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